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Timber leader decries ‘endless litigation’

Stoltze manager testifies before U.S. House committee

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Posted: Thursday, July 11, 2013 9:00 pm | Updated: 12:54 pm, Thu Apr 17, 2014.

Chuck Roady, the vice president and general manager of F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber Co. near Columbia Falls, testified before a congressional committee in Washington, D.C., Thursday about the need for litigation reforms to clear the way for more active management on national forest lands.

Roady, who was testifying in his capacity as a board member with the Federal Forest Resource Coalition, was welcomed to the House Committee on Natural Resources by U.S. Rep. Steve Daines, R-Mont.

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          Welcome to the discussion.

          3 comments:

          • foresters widow posted at 11:46 am on Fri, Jul 12, 2013.

            foresters widow Posts: 1

            Way to go Chuck....lets hope 'what goes around, comes around' is true and that our nation will get
            tired of seeing our resources down the tube and call out for renewed stewardship of USA resourses and
            ease up on IMPORTED raw materials to maintain our chosen lifestyles. Hope all is well with you and yours. JG

             
          • mooseberryinn posted at 7:47 am on Fri, Jul 12, 2013.

            mooseberryinn Posts: 2658

            Lawsuits? What lawsuits? By golly, those enviro-folks are just protecting our bears and bugs, and endangered species and stuff like that. They're "saving" the forest. It will all be so much better after the dead, dying, bug-infested, over grown tangles burn. Oh wait, that'll make a bunch of CO2 and smoke. Hmmm, maybe we need some more lawsuits to fix all this?

             
          • Billy posted at 7:31 am on Fri, Jul 12, 2013.

            Billy Posts: 72

            Many of the environmental groups are in essence law firms looking to launder their donations. We all sit back and watch. They are destroying our timber. and costing human life. They wave the banner of protecting the planet but the motive is pure greed.

             

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